IfG in the news

16th June 2019
Adam Boulton writes in The Times on the tensions between civil servants and the Government. Quotes Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director. 
15th June 2019
BBC piece on whether the UK is obliged to pay the EU divorce bill. Quotes the IfG's explainer. 
15th June 2019
The Institute for Government finds that Brexit has produced an unprecedented rise in the number of political attacks on civil servants.
14th June 2019
The Economist piece on what Parliament can do to prevent a no deal Brexit. Quotes Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director. 
14th June 2019
Joe Owen, IfG Programme Director, analyses the UK's readiness for a no deal Brexit on 31 October. 
14th June 2019
Yahoo piece on the UK's preparedness for no deal. Quotes Alex Stojanovic, IfG Researcher. 
14th June 2019
The Financial Times reports there are only three ways to stop a no deal Brexit. Mentions the IfG's comment on why the Speaker cannot guarantee that MPs can stop no deal. 
13th June 2019
Financial Times piece on the UK's readiness for no deal. Quotes Joe Owen, IfG Programme Director. 
12th June 2019
Joe Owen, IfG Programme Director, explains why there is no direct route for Parliament to stop a new PM who is intent on leaving the EU without a deal after MPs rejected Labour's no deal motion. 
12th June 2019
THe Spectator mentions the IfG's findings that a new Conservative prime minister determined to take Britain out of the EU without a deal cannot be stopped by Parliament.
11th June 2019
The IfG has warned that asking the Queen to suspend Parliament to push through a no deal Brexit would risk embroiling the monarch in a political conflict.
10th June 2019
Joe Owen, IfG Programme Director, discusses what a no deal Brexit would mean and whether it is possible to change the Withdrawal Agreement (listen from 47:00). 
10th June 2019
GQ piece on TheyWorkForYou and MP's voting history. Quotes Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director. 
9th June 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, says suspending Parliament to prevent MPs from making a decision on no deal would amount to a coup and risk bringing the Queen into a terrible conflict.
8th June 2019
Dominic Raab, Conservative leadership contender, quotes the IfG's analysis on Parliament's ability to stop a no deal Brexit. 
8th June 2019
Conservative leadership contender Dominic Raab mentions the IfG's analysis on Parliament's ability to stop a no deal Brexit.
8th June 2019
Evening Standard piece on the role of the Queen if Parliament is prorogued over Brexit. Quotes Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director. 
7th June 2019
The Times article on the Scottish Affairs Committee report on relations between Westminster and Holyrood. Mentions the IfG's Ministers Reflect on Devolution report. 
7th June 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, says that asking the Queen to suspend Parliament to prevent MPs from blocking no deal would risk embroiling her in a terrible conflict.
7th June 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, appears on the Today programme to discuss Theresa May's last day as leader of the Conservative Party. 
7th June 2019
CNBC piece on the Prime Minister's withdrawal deal. Quotes Jill Rutter, IfG Programme Director.
7th June 2019
BBC piece on what powers Theresa May still has until a new Conservative Party leader is elected. Quotes Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow. 
6th June 2019
US News mentions the IfG's explainer on the Conservative Party leadership contenders in this article on Theresa May's resignation. 
6th June 2019
The Guardian quotes Joe Owen, IfG Programme Director, in this piece on Karen Wheeler’s resignation from HMRC. 

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